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Always Do the Reading
Great Intro to the Subject
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would recommend this course because it is a thorough examination of many rights movements within America. It helps one realize that the people involved in this movements were regular human beings, just like us. It's an encouraging course that aspires to help students realize that they can create a change.
The highlights of this course were learning about the history of the Native Americans. The reason I believe this is because we are taught so little about the Native Americans in our textbooks during Middle School, and even up to High School. We are finally being given the knowledge that we should've received so long ago. I learned about the truth of America's history, and who was here before us. I learned that Native Americans had a different way of lifestyle, one that was ridiculed by the settlers for many years.
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Advice for students:
Pay close attention to the readings, you will need to give specific quotes during your essays about them. Make sure you take notes on the films that are played during class as well, as one of the criteria is citing directly from the film and readings.